Stevie, a precocious 14-year-old girl, must cope with the instabilities of her drop-out parents. Whilst they spend their days getting high and escaping their responsibilities, she takes control of her own life, making the journey towards maturity that her parents ought to have made years ago.
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My fucking mom, My fucking pap, My all fucking life. The girl struggles in highly hippyshit family, director depicting it painfully and comically with unique looseness. Jochen Albeit's music is intrestingly loose and this effects in a good way.
An interesting but vacuous film. The few interesting externalizations of the girl's emotions in the cut out photo's started to reveal her mindset as her destructive home life continued to undermine any semblance of security and normality in her. in the end I'd have liked to have seen more of her emotional struggle